Hi Scotty: Yesterday I asked a 2 part question, you answered one part but it looks like you missed…

Larry B

Hi Scotty: Yesterday I asked a 2 part question, you answered one part but it looks like you missed the second. I am returning to the states after 10 years overseas and will require a basic light to medium duty cargo van, old school style. Like the ford e series. to be used for my work as a carpenter. I am happy to spend up to $10,000 also happy if I can go find a 1990 model with low miles for less money.

I am sure you get a million questions a day, thanks for the first answer, "Avoid high mileage fleet vans" but you missed the most important question.

Of the engines and transmissions out there in the cargo van category, which are going to be the most reliable and fuel efficient in the 1/2 to 1 ton capacity vehicles. I am not brand loyal, but reliability loyal !

That is the most important question, as I may have to pay a premium for a low mileage fleet van, just to be able to get from place to place, rural Tennessee is not conducive to walking. I need to get off a plane, rent a car and buy a van asap. Thanks ! Larry

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Larry B
Larry B

Hi Scotty: Any engines or transmissions to avoid ? THX ! Larry

Scotty Kilmer
Scotty Kilmer

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toyota is the best, but they really don't sell cargo vans in the us. Out of the american vans, fords are the best